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witnesses, more further investigation be undertaken. and rand paul, the senator says hillary clinton, the secretary of state at the time, is guilty of dereliction of duty and is unfit to hold any higher office. >> eric: all right, steve. thanks so much. >> jamie: we have been telling you a lot about this special committee that will investigate the attack of benghazi. house minority leader nancy pelosi seems to be concerned about how much time congress will spend on the issue. >> we certainly have to give the full attention that benghazi deserves. >> sure. >> but we cannot let it soak up all of the congressional attention. what would be the purpose of that? >> jamie: so limiting it from the start, in her words. republican new york congressman peter king, a member of the homeland security committee, chairman and of the subcommittee on counter terrorism and intelligence. congressman, good morning. >> good morning, jamie. how are you. >> jamie: i'm great. what a week in washington. wow. we have learned so much. let's stick to benghazi on this. what questions do you still have? >> first o
's showing outrage, continuing with his job. remember, president clinton maintained an approval above 50% throughout the monica lewinsky scan d.a. daal chlt /* /- scandal. republicans very critical, democrats supportive, independents divided. people are still reflecting what we saw before the controversies. >> that's kind of unsurprising that republicans would be more upset about it. so we've had a little more than a week of the news about the irs, specifically when asked about the irs, what does this poll show about the president's handling of it? >> the big question we asked first was do people believe what the president said about the controversy? and we found most do. more than six in ten say what president obama said about the matter has been completely or mostly true. and a majority 55% say the irs acted on its own with 37% saying senior white house officials ordered the irs to target the tea party and other conservative groups for extra scrutiny. again, that's good news for the white house. >> so, how's the president fared when it comes to benghazi? that's obviously been on his pl
clinton, the former secretary of state that may run for president in 2016? >> that's so far away. but it will certainly be something that people will look at. it may be far away, 2016. but this could very likely follow her into a presidential race, if she decides to run. especially those e-mails that were altered. no one is saying hillary clinton altered those e-mails and took out references to al qaeda. but, boy, they're going to look at that. >> this may dog her for months, perhaps longer. martha raddatz, thank you. and martha has a big show this morning. senators john mccain and jack reed will debate benghazi. that's later this morning. martha raddatz in for george stephanopoulos in for "this week." >>> we're going to turn, now, to prince harry's headlinemaking tour of america. the always colorful royal is helping kicking off the warrior games for wounded service members in colorado. he'll spend another day in the rockies before heading back to tour damage from last year's superstorm sandy in new jersey. and abc's rachel smith has the story. >> reporter: prince harry and olymp
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administration and analysts say perhaps a larger problem for former secretary of state hillary clinton, said to be eyeing a possible presidential bid in 2016. >> it strikes me she had a political problem with benghazi before these e-mails, which is it happened on her watch. >> that was peter alexander reporting. >>> the all clear has been given after a fire broke out at the white house. a transformer malfunctioned and set off a smoke alarm. white house officials said the transformer problem was quickly resolved and the west wing returned to normal. the president and the first family not affected by that fire. >>> if you've ever wanted to own a presidential aircraft, now is your chance. diane has been talking about this as a mother's day gift. the federal government is selling an aged converted dc-9 plane that used to carry presidents and vice presidents and it still has the paint scheme for when it was used for that task. no presidential seal. technically this would not be air force one or air force two. those names only apply when the president or vice president are actually on them. this a
, what the president has promised he will do. of course president clinton promised he would do that with north korea and he didn't do it wisely so because they would not have been visible to allow 10 million south koreans to be killed in exchange for preventing north korea from having a nuclear weapon. anyway, the president has promised to prevent iran from having a nuclear weapon and that suggests an attack. it would be very costly. it could cause civilian deaths, a lot of pollution and it could fail. it would certainly be regarded as illegitimate and illegal by most of the world. it would fail because they ran would leave the et, non-proliferation treaty and proceeded in secret a nuclear weapon. the other option is to let iran get a bomb and try to contain a nuclear armed iran. that is equally, perhaps even worse than the option of attacking the nuclear program because it is going to lead to the proliferation of nuclear weapons and is going to destabilize that part of the world. tehran is a threat to israel and has threatened in fact that israel should be wiped off the face o
president clinton promised he would do that with north korea and he didn't do it wisely so because it would not have been sensible to allow a million south koreans to be killed in an artillery barrage in exchange for preventing north korea from having nuclear weapons. anyway, the president has promised to prevent iran are not in a nuclear weapon and that suggests an attack. it a very costly. it could cause a lot of civilian deaths and it could fail. it would be regarded as illegitimate and illegal but most of the world. it would fail because a band that plays the npt, the non-proliferation treaty and proceedings secret to develop a nuclear weapon. the other option is to try to contain the nuclear iran. that is equally, perhaps even worse than the option of attacking a nuclear program because it is going to lead to the weapons up in the middle east and will destabilize that part of the world. tehran is a threat to israel denies that in fact israel should be wiped off the face of the earth here say you could have a major war between two nuclear powers. both options are very undesirable nsa fa
are focusing on hillary clinton in 2016. us, especially women my age, find it hard to think of what it would be like to have a as first lady, but as head of state, chief executive and commander-in-chief. already, hillary's time at secretary of state is getting a legions of menas and women say it's her turn. did we do it right? this show back at how called hillary's last run for president. were we smart? were we? did we see
.r.b., it concluded there were systemic failures within the state department and secretary of state hillary clinton issued this order for the a.r.b., talking about failures within management and state department conducted its business. that led to the death of chris stevens and three other americans. the question, should that consulate have been better secured by the u.s. military instead of relying on a libyan militia that we now know cut and run when they came under fire? >> clearly relying on the mishgd was a mistake. the issue -- militia was a mistake but it highlights of any a.r.b.. should there have been a consulate in benghazi at all. those are policy questions. that is beyond the remit of the a.r.b.. it's an authorized procedure. it's very focus and very precise and it's principle mandate is finding out responsibility for security lapses in the state department. so, this is a good example. they interviewed people in the military and c.i.a., but their authority and their mandated extends only to the state department. that is why whatever you think of the a.r. b.or whether you think it's inad
. they won't let up until hillary clinton says okay, i won't run for president in 2016. more serious news that the i.r.s. has been targeting conservative political organizations to make sure cheating on the tax code. president obama very, very upset. it looks like the i.r.s. has only been going after conservative organizations. we don't want that from an institution that is supposed to be politically neutral. and finally news that the justice department has been seizing phone records of reporters at associated press. we'll get into that right here at the top of the hour. all of that and more here on current tv. support the drug war you must be high. cenk uygur: i think the number young turks is that we're honest. i think the audience gets that i actually mean it. michael shure: this show is about being up to date so a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i am given to doing anyway. joy behar: you can say anything here. jerry springer: i spent a couple of hours with a hooker joy behar: your mistake was writing a check jerry springer: she never cashed it (vo) the day's events. f
anything. this reminds me of white water. remember when hillary clinton was brought up, i don't know, i can't recall. i don't remember. i wasn't there. she wasn't there for anything. nobody knows anything. >> judy raised most important question what happened in libya. that is much more important than the nuance of redacted emails. >> i made the point that every administration has a disdainful relation with the press but you had thoughts on this? >> this is one the worst on memory. it's harder to cover the washington bureaucracy than any administration in decades. they are press minders follow you around whether the treasury department or the epa. they don't give people access to the bureaucracy in any meaningful way. as a reporter i know how important that is and every reporter complains about this. >> jon: let's take a look how one of the best known reporters. here is what dan rather had to say on msnbc. >> the republicans must be slapping high fives behind closed doors. they have three things. number one, their number one agenda item is to stop president obama from accomplishing anything
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's happening right now. world record on spin cycle every moment. clinton shepard ticks closer to breaking the world record for longest ferris wheel ride. he's approaching the 19-hour mark. the record is just over 30 hours. but that's not his goal. he wants to set the bar at a solid 48 hours. >>> get your telescope ready. an asteroid will give earth a fly-by later this month. 198 qe2 is set to brush past us. it will come within 3.5 million miles of earth. we had a near miss in february. that one was about 200 times closer. this rock here is only for observation. >> i think it's something crazy like we won't see something like this for another two centuries. >>> prosecutors in the boston marathon bombings are making a new request this porng. >> why some might consider tonight's "saturday night live" a tear jerker. >>> clouds rolled in just in time for your saturday morning and there are rain drops on the radar as well. we'll show you where the rain >>> lawmakers on both sides of aisle are spending the weekend figure out where to go next with its instigation into the irs. the agency faces an
continues with those policies, and china has the power to change that. president clinton thanked china for controlling north korea's nuclear and missile programs. in 2003, president bush said he was heartened by cheng's commitment to a nuclear free peninsula. in 2008 he committed china's critical leadership role. the obama administration has expressed the same hope for chinese cooperation. during his visit to beijing last week, secretary of state kerry said, it is obvious that china is a lifeline to north korea. everybody knows that china provides the vast majority of the fuel to north korea, china is thei the biggest trading par, their biggest food donor. there is no group of leaders on the face of the planet who have more capacity to make a difference in this than the chinese. i think it's fair to say that without china, north korea would collapse. precisely. nor is it obvious if pyongyang were faced with a credible chinese ultimatum, it would choose regime suicide rather than give up its nuclear program. it seems clear that china has never confronted pyongyang with that choice. so f
, it backfired in 1998 when they overplayed their hand against bill clinton. the republican party, it's not that their base is not fired up about disliking president obama and what democrats stand for. the problem, the base isn't wide enough. they need to bring more people in, and there is a question as to whether they go so aggressively, they impede their party in a way that makes it more appealing to more people. >> how are all of these issues affecting what the american people think about the administration and republicans? either one coming out ahead at this point in terms of public opinion? >> clearly irs has the most staying power. let's parse that. the ap phone records, that's a decision made in a case that can't be talked about a whole lot. those of us in journalism may be upset, the public may not be all that upset. and just liken hans enhanced interrogation during the bush administration. benghazi, the more we learn about the aftermath, the less it looks like a scandal and more it looks like typical bureaucratic and public relations maneuvering. the irs if it's partisan, the
with the support of joe biden, john kerry, hillary clinton, harry reid. msnbc terminated us for the crime of jwi. that is journalism during wartime while independent. jw i may be a crime in mainstream media, but it is the kind of unauthorized, on embedded coverage that you get from the authors and journalists that we have assembled on this panel. it is the kind of coverage you get from the jeremy scandals -- independentnd the media outlets that are so featured at this conference this weekend. many liberal journalists who were vocal about war and human rights and civil liberties during the bush area seem to have lost or muted their voices during the obama era. it says something about the lack of serious national debate about so-called national security, that last month, one of the loudest mainstream tv news questioners of the president's right to assassinate americans was sean hannity at fox. that is obscene. it says something about mainstream tv that the toughest and most consistent questioners are not on a news channel. they are on the comedy channel. a few weeks ago, i watched a passionate joh
of the few, if only people reappointed or read up by secretary hillary clinton. he now runs and helped found google ideas based in new york which really applies technology and other things to geopolitical issues. for example, very recently he announced that he meant trafficking databases around the world, disconnected, like six years 70 of them, some technology to figure how to connect the mall. so the book is the new digital age. let me start with iraq by saying, he met in baghdad. how did that happen? >> let me start by saying that the aspen institute has been a center of ideas that affected the technology center for at least two decades. i had the privilege of working with both walter, also with charlie firestone and now with our expanded interest among many other programs. it is great to be year. we met because we decided to visit to see what it would look like, you know, as the fighting ended. what does it look like to rebuild a society? and as part of that i met jerry on the trip. i had taken a lot of video because it is a pretty interesting place. when i played it back all layer was h
his conviction. >> he had told me that he did, in fact, ask alexander and mcclinton to bring guns. >> reporter: the battle is part of simpson's request for a new trial based on what he says was a gross mishandling of his case. such is the plea bargain galanter says was on the table. >> he said, you know, o.j., there's an opportunity to do it. he said see if i'll get a year. >> reporter: simpson says he was never told about the deal. >> i couldn't understand why they hasn't offered me a deal. >> reporter: he spent the last four years behind bars and his attorneys say despite galanter's testimony he is confident the judge will grant him the new trial. >> he's hopeful definitely and actually is also really grateful that he got to tell his truth. >> reporter: just really interesting to see both sides tell their story. now, the judge says she will release her decision in writing and we're expecting that to happen within the next few weeks, dan and bianna. >> big decision coming up, brandi hitt, thanks for your reporting. usually at this time we'd toss it over to ron claiborne for a loo
and clinton had it for you later. it is live -- and plan to have it for you later. it is life on our website c- span.org. legislative business will continue on. members are expected to consider legislation calling for the full repeal of the 2010 health care law and a bill requiring the sec to require a cost benefit analysis before new regulations. the senate is back at 2:00 p.m. for morning business. tomorrow they will continue to work on the water infrastructure bill. week a vote on president obama's bid for coverage. you can see the senate on c- span2. militaryw at capabilities with in syria and weather means for both sides. >> we continue our conversation with international studies. but bl was 2010. it is a rough estimate in terms of capabilities. they are very secretive. you had in the thought military focused against missouri for 30 years. the law affects the civil war and insurgency and counterinsurgency warfare, an erosion of air capabilities, an erosion of armor. in 2011 and 2012, and erosion of manpower. what you have now is an effort by the assad forces to reverse some of those. they
are not in the mood to joke around. the person who could do this the best mike mccurry bill clinton's press secretary. he was in the middle of the lee enscwi secretary. i'm double parked in a no comment zone. one of the best lines ever for a press secretary. do you end up in a tough spot. some of these tough spots you get yourself into. >> bill: depends on what the definition of is. >> or there there, or if. >> shepard: there is no there there. >> right. i think there is something there. >> shepard: it looks like it. thank you, dana. life or death battle over jodi arias. jurors say the convicted killer is now eligible for the death penalty. this is breaking news in the last hour. but that does not mean she is necessarily getting executed. again, we'll have what's going to happen next beforeny any final decision on her fate. that and the news that's dropping across d.c. and across the country as we approach the bottom of the hour and the top of the news as fox reports live tonight. coming in and going o. so you can understand every angle of your cash flow- last week, this month, and even next year. fo
're going to run the risk of doing what newt gingrich did during the clinton impeachment. they took it a step beyond probably where it shouldn't have been, they wound up losing seats and gingrich had to go. >> i think what you saw this week, bob was a pulling back. there was a lot of hysteria early in the week, and everybody calling investigations. and if d got a little bit muted, and speaker boehner was saying let's just all take a deep breath and see what happens. even congressman issa was saying let's see what happens. but i still think that the republicans have to make a decision whether they want to spend the next two years on multiple levels doing investigations or are they going to try to separate eye little bit and do some legislating as part of their redesign, reinvention of themselves. >> schieffer: what about that, dan? >> the republicans clearly have some choices to make. on the one hand, what's happened over the last 10 days clearly fires up the republican base. and republicans will want a fired up base when they go into the 2014 midterms. on the other hand, as lois say
in the history of our country don't even know where it is. >> herp derp. >> stephanie: hillary clinton weathering scrutiny of the benghazi hearings well. 49% of voters say they trust her more versus 39% who trust republicans. americans who think benghazi is the biggest political scandal in american history oh, boy 39% do not know where it is. 10% think it is in egypt. 9% in iran. 6% in cuba. 1% each in north korea and liberia. >> northnorth korea? >> stephanie: 4% not willing to venture a guess. >> herp derp. >> your republican party in action. >> stephanie: okay. jay carney on benghazi. >> what we have here with one issue in benghazi, so clearly a political side show, an effort to politicize a tragedy. >> stephanie: as evidenced by the rnc asking for cash. to get to the bottom of benghazi so presumably now -- so presumably if you elect more congressional republicans in two years, that will help us get to the bottom of this now. won't you please send $5? >> computer says no. >> stephanie: no, john bollton, i will not. but thanks for asking. senator harry reid on this. >> this is about smear polit
clinton. why was she not interviewed in this initial process. >> the secretary of state should have some responsibility for a state department snafu? >> you would think the head of that particular department. >> you would think that wouldn't you? >> alisyn: right. much like the irs scandal happening right now. it's very hard for people to actually explain when called to testify in front of congress who issueded. >> clayton: standdown? >> alisyn: for this one it's the standdown for the irs it's to be on the lookout for. who was responsible for these edigits that came down? stephan haze was on "special report" and talked about where benghazi goes now. >> pattern claims by jay carney and hillary clinton among others that the white house, the state department made a single adjustment to the talking points. simply not true. i am surprised that some in the mainstream media are not taking more umbrage at the fact that they were lied to so directly about something like that. more broadly, i think the next big question is how do we get the movie? where did the movie enter this discussion? it wasn
hillary clinton. he now runs and helped found google ideas based in new york which really applies technology and other things to the geopolitical issues. for example very recently they announced that human trafficking databases around the world, 60 or 70 of them, google gave them technology to figure out how to connect them all. their book "the new digital age" and i will start with eric, and i will say baghdad, how did that happen? >> let me start by saying that it's at the center of ideas that affect the technology center for at least two decades of life for the privilege of working with walter but also with charlie firestone in the new society program and now with her standard interest many issues so it's great to be here. we met it has various of us decided to visit the rock to see what it would look like if the fighting had ended. what does it look like to rebuild a society and as part of that i met jared on the trip and i have taken a lot of video of baghdad and they played it back. all i heard was jared's voice. what were you doing in baghdad jared? back in, this was 2000 w
committee this year, and so i got to ask hillary clinton a few questions. but i didn't get finished. i've still got a few. we'll hopefully get them relayed through the media to her. first question in hillary clinton, where the hell were the marines? be. [cheers and applause] now, you know what her answer is, her answer is, oh, the marines are to guard the paper. and i said, look, i know a lot of marines, and i think they can do more than guard paper. she said, well, that's the rule. they're to guard the paper, not the personnel. and i said, well, they don't do that in baghdad. the point is that benghazi is a lot more like baghdad than it is paris. we did a review board of all of, and there were a lot of mistakes made maybe at the time, after the time, there's all this, you know, cover up and all of that, but what's always been most important is what happened in the six months leading up to this. because there's no excuse in the six months leading up to this when your people on the ground u military people and state department people, are asking for more help. they're asking for securit
to be sent. if you're a member in the 90s, clinton's enemies were audited on a regular basis. the obama regime is kind of going light. they are not really auditing people. lyndon johnson used the irs to inflict terror on his political enemies. guess what, it is happening again. we need to do something to depoliticize the irs. dagen: fdr, eisenhower, kennedy, johnson, nixon, you name it. i want to back up really quick to something you said. you think that the root of all of this and the reason it went on for so long, based on what you know, you think it was career democrats within the internal revenue service. >> it was certainly executed by them. it was certainly, at least tacitly approved by people higher up. regardless, the irs has to be fundamentally changed. dagen: you are asking the irs to change basically the way, its makeup, going back to at least the 1940s. >> absolutely. the bigger issue here maybe do we even want to continue with an income -based taxation system? just because of the possibilities of abuse that we have seen repeatedly from the irs. dagen: i think firings will p
have had folk whose have challenged hillary clinton's integrity, susan rice0s integrity, mike mullen and tom pingerring's integrity. it's a given that mine gets challenge bid these same folks. they used it for fundraising. and, frankly, if anybody out there wants to actually focus on how we make sure something like this does not happen again, i am happy to get their advice and information and counsel. but the fact of the matter these four americans, as i said right when it happened, were people i sent into the field, and i've been very clear about taking responsibility for the fact that we were not able to prevent their deaths. and we are doing everything we can to make sure we prevent it, in part because there are still diplomats around the world who are in very dangerous, difficult situations. we don't have time be playing these kinds of political games here in washington. we should be focused on what are we doing to protect them? and that is not easy, by the way, and is going to require resources and tough judgments and tough calls and a whole butch of diplomats out there who know
hillary clinton's integrity, susan rice is integrity, mike mullin and tom pickering's integrity. it's a given that mine gets challenged by the same folks. they have used it for fund-raising. and, frankly, you know, if anybody out there wants to actually focus on how we make sure something like this doesn't happen again, i am happy to get their advice and information and counsel. but the fact of the matter is these four americans, as i said right when it happened, where people i sent into the field, and i've been very clear about taking responsibility for the fact that we were not able to prevent their deaths. and we're doing everything we can to make sure we prevent it, in part because the are still diplomats around the world who are in very dangerous, difficult situations. and we don't have time to be playing these kinds of political games here in washington. we should be focused on what are we doing to protect them. .. >> and so we, we dishonor them when, you know, we turn things like this into a political circus. what happened was tragic, it was carried out by extremists inside o
reviewed this article by someone who served under the clinton administration, very important capacity. what mr. bosco said today, the article i read in mind, these two questions kind of go back and forth. the point is that you put up her will, the pattern of chinese behavior at each time of north korea's provocative behavior was that they resisted to the extent possible united nations. and when they did agree there were always last in enforcement process of it. it lasted for decades and you gave very good reason list of why they did so. now, there's a very famous human habit that american press likes to quote, thank you, one sign of senility or something is that you apply the same rules solutions to the problems that you could not solve before and to keep on applying them. we have knownhis h beor for so long, and even to this day we seem to continue to rely on it. that somehow china is the only card we have and somehow we have to make them play. this time it may be different because we are having a world if nuclear enterprise and heavy arsenal in a bargaining chips has been offered. that on
parenthetically, i would note in 2009, they gave the sanger award to hillary clinton. and like gosnell, not a single tear was shed by dr. kenneth edlin or plavened parenthood for the murdered child victim. last week, an undercover investigation live action released more undercover videos that exposed the abortion industry absolutely appalling and callous disregard for human life, human rights, and federal law. priestly, live action aired several videos showing planned parenthood abortion clin expersonnel advising women at several clinics throughout the country, including in my own home state of new jersey, as to how to procure sex selection abortions simply because the unborn child happened to be a little girl. and other equally disturbing videos showing planned parenthood staffers who coan offered to arrange secret abortions for teenage sex trafficking victims. one of those was in a planned parenthood where i went to high school. and a young latina, very young, 4, 15, posing as a woman who had been trafficed with a man that was posing as a pimp, talked -- and i advise people to watch
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, they have to be more cautious. obviously, we saw what happened during the clinton years where there was a bit too much of an overreach and then a backlash and so we will see republicans trying to balance that as you know, issa this week tried to be somewhat neutral even though he is heading a lot of these investigations so we will see where that goes. >> maeve reston of the l.a. times, elise viebeck of the hill, enjoy the rest of your weekend. >>> court watch, much of this wouldn't has been fixated on two cases, o.j. and jodi arias. >>> and chuck hagel has a plan to stop military sex assaults while acknowledging the problem has he is skix escalated beyond pentagon's control. >>> new information on the deficit and the president's budget. we bet you don't even know these things. we will tell you about them, next. this is msnbc, the place for politics. [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringin
these our presidents to did not understand the military like a rock obama and bill clinton but bush father or bush, jr. they were now willing to take on the military or deal with the military or gave too much power. with the book turns on the event that took place those in the very short period between you had the collapse of the berlin wall and the eastern european alliance and then in 1991 these are events we did not expect to see us there was the scenario involving violence but february scrutinized to see if we had to be spending what we were spending on defense to make sure we have budgetary line negative bases and shoot but i show in these chapters that not only did they not see this opportunity, they did not understand or comprehend this opportunity but they basically conducted business as usual. . . >> and paul wolfowitz who was senior aids to cheney, and this is the threesome that wrote the doctrine of unilateralism that was leaked to "the los angeles times" and then tamped down. these are the same individual that brought us the 2003 war against iraq, totally unnecessary war, and n
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